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Hornchurch under-13s seal quadruple

11:00 16 May 2014

Hornchurch under-13s celebrate their quadruple

Hornchurch under-13s celebrate their quadruple

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Youngsters complete unbeaten campaign in style

Hornchurch under-13s completed a memorable quadruple with a 2-0 win over Buckhurst Hill on Sunday.

Having already won the Essex Cordell Cup and their Eastern Junior Alliance league and cup competitions, they ended an unbeaten season with success in a champions play-off.

Coach John Guyson said: “This is a great achievement from the boys. They’re a hard-working bunch, with good coaches and supportive parents.

“I don’t think I could have asked for any more really and we’re hoping for the same next season. We will be even stronger hopefully and will coach the boys to be better.”

Hornchurch: Tommie Lloyd, Sonny Scott, Leandro da Gloria, Henry Fisher, Billy Allen, Billy Reed, Shemar Marshalleck, Jay Bacon, Jack O’Connor, Todd Bolger, Harmony Anyanwu, Isaac Chitolie-Durand, Charlie Hawes, Tom Troubridge. Coaches: John Guyton, Gary Foley, Lee Benson, Callum Foley.

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